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The Magazine Rack

The Magazine Rack is a collection of digitized magazines and monthly publications.

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collections 83
texts 32,840
audio 272

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architecture 6,847
builder 6,843
history 6,843
The Times News (Idaho Newspaper) 6,273
system technical 3,649
bell system 3,601
diplomacy 3,537
dippy 3,537
dipzine 3,537
fanzine 3,537
zine 3,537
Magazines 2,724
scientific american 2,710
scientific 2,557
patent 2,279
steam 2,051
The Australian Women's Weekly 1,631
tion 1,365
frequency 1,345
american 1,151
iron 862
patent office 788
munn 753
radio 753
horse power 723
power supply 696
circuit 687
technical journal 687
Hobby magazines 644
Meccano Magazine 644
output 643
patents 632
electric 631
antenna 621
address munn 605
claim 600
bell 593
power 584
patented 578
science fiction 571
transmission 570
purpose set 548
combination 544
apparatus 536
signal 529
system 524
american supplement 512
mhz 496
Divulgazione scientifica 495
Riviste di divulgazione scientifica 495
Science and technology magazines 495
Scientific American 495
Scienza e tecnologia 495
amateur radio 493
manner 487
sewing machine 487
purpose 451
amateur 445
purposes set 438
telephone 424
color 417
feet 409
tbe 405
voltage 399
years ago 372
steam engine 371
improved 366
magazine 366
wrought iron 363
Humor 362
Satire 362
water 348
network 343
york city 340
data 338
star trek 335
cast iron 326
ham radio 322
star 313
digital 302
bell telephone 295
express money 291
amplifier 284
star wars 282
consists 272
Harvard Lampoon 271
National Lampoon Magazine 271
noise 264
machine 263
starlog 256
receiver 255
input 252
cable 250
Videogames 249
money order 247
impedance 242
trek 242
reference 240
movie 237
arranged 236
ham 234
postage 234
repeater 233
statistics 229
los angeles 226
park avenue 225
Wargames 219
audio 219
equation 219
agriculture 218
archive 218
error 218
ihe 218
usda 218
optical 217
magnetic 216
Locksmithing 215
The National Locksmith 215
OCR 214
meter 214
san francisco 213
phase 211
set 211
sponsor 207
warren publishing 207
full color 206
toll free 205
engaged 201
The Avalon Hill General 200
advertising 200
constructed 200
device 198
center 197
sigma 196
kit 195
price list 194
probability 190
gas engine 188
tlie 187
carbonic acid 186
program 185
letters patent 184
spot radio 184
sound 182
rush order 181
fiber 180
Starlog 179
current 178
frequency response 176
university 176
omni 175
boiler 173
institute 172
nbc 172
electric light 171
mode 170
tau beta 170
electron 167
warren 167
acct exec 166
waveguide 166
inches 165
loss 165
American Woodworker Magazine 163
Woodworking 163
anp 163
filter 162
circuits 161
fiction 161
king 161
theorem 161
channel 160
electronics 160
science 160
switching 160
tattoo 160
pulse 159
hot water 158
creepy 157
front panel 156
kappa 156
radio today 153
steam boiler 153
eta kappa 152
engineering 150
film 150
model 150
large number 149
design 148
gas 146
space 146
young man 146
railroad 145
Blade Magazine 144
Knife collecting 144
cbs 143
beam 141
ment 140
high fidelity 139
wave 139
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1.6M
73 Magazine (also known as 73 Amateur Radio Today) (OCLC 22239204) was a United States-based amateur radio magazine that was published from 1960 to 2003. It was known for its strong emphasis on technical articles and for the lengthy editorials in each issue by its founder and publisher, Wayne Green. The magazine title, 73, means "best regards" in amateur radio lingo. Green, a former editor of CQ Amateur Radio magazine, published the first issue of 73 in October 1960. At that time,...
The Times News (Idaho Newspaper)
13,919
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581,338
VIEWS
by The Times News
581,338
The Times-News is a US daily newspaper serving the Twin Falls, Idaho, area. The paper has a circulation of 19,431 daily, 21,059 Sunday.[1] It is owned by Lee Enterprises. The paper is available throughout the Magic Valley region of south-central Idaho as well as in parts of Elko County, Nevada, as far south as Wells. The Times-News began publication in 1904 as the Twin Falls Weekly News.
Starlog Magazine
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ITEMS
409,760
VIEWS
409,760
Starlog was a monthly science-fiction film magazine published by Starlog Group Inc. The magazine was created by publishers Kerry O'Quinn and Norman Jacobs. O'Quinn was the magazine's editor while Jacobs ran the business side of things, dealing with typesetters, engravers and printers. They got their start in publishing creating a soap opera magazine. In the mid-1970s, O'Quinn and high school friend David Houston talked about creating a magazine that would cover science fiction films and...
395,986
Scientific American (informally abbreviated SciAm) is a popular science magazine. It is notable for its long history of presenting science monthly to an educated but not necessarily scientific public, through its careful attention to the clarity of its text as well as the quality of its specially commissioned color graphics. Many famous scientists, including Einstein, have contributed articles in the past 167 years. It is the oldest continuously published monthly magazine in America. ...
OMNI Magazine Collection
194
ITEMS
349,664
VIEWS
349,664
From Wikipedia: OMNI was a science and science fiction magazine published in the US and the UK. It contained articles on science fact and short works of science fiction. The first issue was published in October 1978, the last in Winter 1995, with an internet version lasting until 1998. OMNI was launched by Kathy Keeton, long-time companion and later wife of Penthouse magazine publisher Bob Guccione, who described the magazine in its first issue as "an original if not controversial...
276,813
The scientific discoveries and technological innovations produced by Bell System research and engineering were critical not only to the evolution of global telecommunications but, more widely, they had a considerable impact on the technological base of the global economy and, indeed, on our daily lives. Bell Labs is the source of many significant contributions, of course, in the area of telephony, but also in memory devices, imaging devices, system organization, computers and software...
Pages from The Builder Newspaper
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253,910
VIEWS
253,910
Building is one of the United Kingdom’s oldest business-to-business magazines, launched as The Builder in 1843 by Joseph Aloysius Hansom – architect of Birmingham Town Hall and designer of the Hansom Cab. The journal was renamed Building in 1966 as it is still known today. Building is the only UK title to cover the entire building industry. The Builder's first two editors, Hansom and Alfred Bartholomew (1801–45), did not last long in the job. The architect George Godwin (1813–1888) was...
Radio Electronics Magazine
144
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233,392
VIEWS
233,392
Radio-Electronics was an American electronics magazine that was published under various titles from 1929 to 2003. Hugo Gernsback, sometimes called The Father of Science Fiction, started it as Radio-Craft in July 1929. The title was changed to Radio-Electronics in October 1948 and again to Electronics Now in July 1992. In January 2000 it was merged with Gernsback's Popular Electronics to become Poptronics. Gernsback Publications ceased operations in December 2002 and the January 2003 issue was...
The National Lampoon
271
ITEMS
195,966
VIEWS
195,966
National Lampoon was a ground-breaking American humor magazine. Its success led to a wide range of media productions associated with the magazine's brand name. The magazine ran from 1970 to 1998, and was originally a spinoff of the Harvard Lampoon. The magazine reached its height of popularity and critical acclaim during the 1970s, when it had a far-reaching effect on American humor. It spawned films, radio, live theatre, various kinds of recordings, and print products including books. Many...
Meccano Magazine
644
ITEMS
178,247
VIEWS
178,247
Meccano Magazine was an English monthly hobby magazine published by Meccano Ltd between 1916 and 1963, and by other publishers between 1963 and 1981. The magazine was initially created for Meccano builders, but it soon became a general hobby magazine aimed at "boys of all ages". It remained in circulation for over sixty years. The magazine was launched by Frank Hornby, the inventor of Meccano, as a bi-monthly publication in 1916 in the United States as "Meccano Engineer",...
Warren Publishing Archive
367
ITEMS
167,253
VIEWS
167,253
Warren Publishing was an American magazine company founded by James Warren, who published his first magazines in 1957 and continued in the business for decades. Magazines published by Warren include After Hours, Creepy, Eerie, Famous Monsters of Filmland, Help!, and Vampirella. Initially based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, the company relocated by 1965 to New York City, New York. Begun by James Warren, Warren Publishing's initial publications were the horror-fantasy-science fiction movie...
157,550
This collection consists of issues of magazines in either very small runs or for which only a handful of representative issues have been uploaded to the Internet Archive. Some may eventually expand into their own collections, but many are destined to be collected in these virtual stacks, single examples of the runs of magazines they were part of. (Some magazines have full collections elsewhere but those collections are from a specific library or archive; a search for the title of magazines in...
147,503
The Australian Women's Weekly, sometimes known as simply The Weekly, is an Australian monthly women's magazine published by Bauer Media Group in Sydney. Audited circulation in June 2013 was 459,175 copies monthly. The magazine was started in 1933 by Frank Packer as a weekly publication. The first editor was George Warnecke and the initial dummy was laid out by WEP (William Edwin Pidgeon) who went on to do many famous covers over the next 25 years. The Weekly celebrated its 50th anniversary of...
Blade Magazine
144
ITEMS
130,491
VIEWS
130,491
Blade is a long-running consumer magazine about knife collecting. First published in 1973 under the title American Blade by Southern House Publishing Co. with Blackie Collins as the editor, the magazine's title was changed to Blade in 1982 after its purchase by Jim Parker and Bruce Voyles. In the 1980s, the magazine served as the launching point for an annual convention for knife collectors, the Blade Show; established a Cutlery Hall of Fame; and spun off a trade magazine, Blade Trade. In 1994,...
The General Magazine
200
ITEMS
126,788
VIEWS
126,788
The General (1964–1998) was a bi-monthly periodical devoted to supporting Avalon Hill's line of wargames, with articles on game tactics, history, and industry news. It was the first professionally produced wargaming magazine for the nascent cardboard and hex-map wargaming hobby. Over the years the magazine was variously called The Avalon Hill General, Avalon Hill's General, The General Magazine, or simply General. With the sale of Avalon Hill to Hasbro in 1998 the magazine ceased. Its...
American Woodworker Magazine
163
ITEMS
114,164
VIEWS
114,164
American Woodworker magazine, A New Track Media publication, has been the premier publication for woodworkers all across America for 25 years. We are committed to providing woodworkers like you with the most accurate and up-to-date plans and information -- including new ideas, product and tool reviews, workshop tips and much, much more.
National Locksmith
215
ITEMS
102,523
VIEWS
102,523
The National Locksmith (ISSN 0364-3719), first published in 1929, is a magazine dedicated to the locksmithing industry by the National Publishing Co. of Streamwood.
Le Scienze Magazine
495
ITEMS
96,115
VIEWS
96,115
Le Scienze is an Italian science magazine and is the Italian edition of Scientific American, published monthly since 1968. It was founded by industrial Alberto Mondadori and scientist Felice Ippolito. Le Scienze covers both high-rank American scientific results as well as Italian (and sometimes European) contributions to research. Among regular contributors of the magazine are Piergiorgio Odifreddi and Tullio Regge. The current director is Marco Cattaneo.
Galaxy Magazine
103
ITEMS
82,959
VIEWS
82,959
Galaxy Science Fiction was an American digest-size science fiction magazine, published from 1950 to 1980. It was founded by an Italian company, World Editions, which was looking to break in to the American market. World Editions hired as editor H. L. Gold, who rapidly made Galaxy the leading science fiction (sf) magazine of its time, focusing on stories about social issues rather than technology. Gold published many notable stories during his tenure, including Ray Bradbury's "The...
Heavy Metal Magazine
87
ITEMS
80,493
VIEWS
80,493
Heavy Metal is an American science fiction and fantasy comics magazine, known primarily for its blend of dark fantasy/science fiction and erotica. In the mid-1970s, while publisher Leonard Mogel was in Paris to jump-start the French edition of National Lampoon, he discovered the French science-fantasy magazine Métal Hurlant which had debuted January 1975. The French title translates literally as "Howling Metal." When Mogel licensed the American version, he chose to rename it, and...
Chandamama Magazine
169
ITEMS
72,208
VIEWS
72,208
A Geodesic Company, Chandamama was established in 1947, the brain-child of visionaries B.Nagi Reddy and Chakrapani. The magazine was launched with an aim to entertain and educate young minds about the rich traditions of India. Chandamama has been delighting readers since then with engrossing stories, amazing facts, and thought-provoking features. Mention Chandamama, and one will instantly recall popular features such as Vikram/Vetala, stunning artwork, and beautiful renditions of mythological...
The Strand Magazine
74
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69,702
VIEWS
69,702
A monthly magazine founded by George Newnes. It was published in the United Kingdom from January 1891 to March 1950. Probably the most popular of the 'illustrated periodicals' popular in late Victorian and Edwardian times, the Strand Magazine had a regular circulation of over 400,000 copies a month for many years. The typical Strand Magazine issue contains a mixture of serialised stories for adults, general interest non-fiction, and material for children. Much well-known fiction was first...
Diplomacy Zines
4,551
ITEMS
66,546
VIEWS
66,546
Diplomacy is a strategic board game created by Allan B. Calhamer in 1954 and released commercially in 1959. Its main distinctions from most board wargames are its negotiation phases (players spend much of their time forming and betraying alliances with other players and forming beneficial strategies) and the absence of dice and other game elements that produce random effects. Set in Europe before the beginning of World War I, Diplomacy is played by two to seven players, each controlling the...
64,770
Vampirella is a fictional character, a comic book vampire superheroine created by Forrest J Ackerman and costume designer Trina Robbins in Warren Publishing's black-and-white horror comics magazine Vampirella #1 (Sept. 1969). Writer-editor Archie Goodwin later developed the character from horror-story hostess, in which capacity she remained through issue #8 (Nov. 1970), to a horror-drama leading character. Vampirella was ranked 35th in Comics Buyer's Guide's "100 Sexiest Women in...
Popular Mechanics
59
ITEMS
55,012
VIEWS
55,012
Popular Mechanics is a classic magazine of popular technology. First published January 11, 1902, by H. H. Windsor, it has been owned since 1958 by the Hearst Corporation. There are nine international editions, including a now-defunct Latin American version that had been published for decades, and a newer South African edition. Popular Mechanics features regular sections on automotive, home, outdoors, science, and technology topics. A recurring column is "Jay Leno's Garage" featuring...
Desert Magazine
530
ITEMS
52,705
VIEWS
by Randall Henderson
52,705
In 1937, Randall Henderson created Desert Magazine- it was published monthly and for the next 21 years he served as publisher and editor. The next couple of decades of the magazines existence changed hands with numerous publishers and editors. July 1985 would be the last month of publication.
Vita in Campagna
73
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50,778
VIEWS
50,778
Vita in campagna (Them Thar Hills) è un cortometraggio del 1934 diretto da Charley Rogers e interpretato da Stanlio & Ollio. Ollio soffre di invalidità al piede destro a causa della sua eccessiva alimentazione. Insieme a Stanlio chiama un dottore il quale suggerisce di andare a vivere in campagna, in tenda e vicino a un fiume perché Ollio possa bere molta acqua. Insieme a Stanlio noleggia una roulotte e la trasporta in un bel posto in campagna. Non si sono accorti però che alcuni...
Nation's Business Magazine
1,091
ITEMS
48,521
VIEWS
48,521
With the proliferation of hard-hitting business magazines and an outpouring of information on the Internet, there wasn't much room left for Nation's Business, a monthly founded 87 years ago. The U.S. Chamber of Commerce in Washington this week pulled the plug on Nation's Business, whose June issue will be its last. Advertising had been thin for this magazine, with a circulation of 850,000 to members of that organization. Also, The length of lead time necessary for the magazine proved to be a...
Plan B Magazine
46
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47,280
VIEWS
47,280
Plan B was a monthly music magazine based in London, England. It catered mainly towards independent music but did not discriminate between the relative popularity of the bands it features. Plan B also documented alternative culture such as film, comics, video games, visual art and books. The Editor-In-Chief and principal architect of the magazine was Everett True, a.k.a. Jerry Thackray, although editor (and later publisher) Frances Morgan was also a major influence. In May 2009, it was...
Nuts UK Magazine
108
ITEMS
43,562
VIEWS
43,562
Nuts was a British lads' mag published weekly in the United Kingdom and sold every Tuesday. Nuts marketing campaign at its launch in 2004 used the slogan, "When You Really Need Something Funny". The magazine closed in April 2014. Nuts main rival magazine was Zoo Weekly, which is aimed at much the same demographic, 18-30 men, and contains similar content. However, since the start of the respective magazines, Nuts always outsold Zoo, with the sales figures for the later half of 2013...
SERVO Magazine
62
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43,342
VIEWS
43,342
SERVO Magazine is a monthly robotics publication produced by T&L Publications. The first issue appeared in November 2003. SERVO Magazine was a primary sponsor behind the Tetsujin competition, a contest where teams were challenged to design robotic exoskeletons capable of lifting weights.
Games(tm) Magazine
49
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40,127
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40,127
GamesTM (styled as gamesTM) is a UK-based, multi-format video games magazine, covering many video game platforms including PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Wii, GameCube, Xbox, PlayStation 2, PC games, Game Boy Advance, PlayStation Portable, Nintendo DS and Arcade machines. The first issue was released in December 2002. Besides covering all current and recent happenings in the video game world, the magazine includes a retro section at the rear, with reviews of past games and "battles"...
Smash Hits Magazine
63
ITEMS
39,471
VIEWS
39,471
Smash Hits was a pop music magazine aimed at teenagers and young adults, featuring lyrics, photographs, interviews and news related to celebrity music acts in the UK (Later offshoots arrived in the US and Australia). After an initial test issue, the magazine started publishing in 1979, switching to a fortnightly schedule after three issues, and finally closing up in 2006. Starting in 2008, Brian McCloskey began a project called Like Punk Never Happened, providing scanned and described issues of...
Crazy Magazine
91
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38,254
VIEWS
38,254
Crazy Magazine was an illustrated satire and humor magazine, and was published by Marvel Comics from 1973 to 1983 for a total of 94 regular issues (and two "Super Specials", Summer 1975, 1980). It was preceded by a standard-size comic book titled Crazy, consisting of reprints from Not Brand Echh, which lasted three issues. Many comic book artists and writers contributed to the effort in the early years. These included Stan Lee, Will Eisner, Vaughn Bodé, Frank Kelly Freas, Harvey...
Record Research
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34,723
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Joel Carver Whitburn (born November 29, 1939) is an American author and music historian. Whitburn founded Record Research Inc. in Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin, in 1970, and put together a team of researchers to examine in detail all of Billboard '​s music and video charts. Record Research publishes reference books based on data from the various popular music charts and to date has published over 200 books, 50 of which are currently in the Record Research catalog. His flagship publication is...
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The Space Gamer (TSG) started out as a digest quarterly publication of the brand new Metagaming Concepts company in 1975. Howard Thompson, the owner of Metagaming, and the first editor of the magazine, stated "The magazine had been planned for after our third or fourth game but circumstances demand we do it now" (after their first game, Stellar Conquest). Initial issues were in a plain-paper digest format. By issue 17, it had grown to a full size bimonthly magazine, printed on slick...
Agricultural Outlook
223
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30,813
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30,813
The Agricultural Outlook has been designed to provide a comprehensive monthly analysis of the factors which affect agricultural developments. The report will carry aggregate analyses for the general and agricultural economies and will digest and update major commodity and foreign trade developments. However, an appraisal of the outlook for U.S. agriculture requires a comprehensive evaluation of the entire food and fiber system and the foreign and domestic consumers of the output of the system....
Ares Magazine
19
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30,674
VIEWS
30,674
Ares was a science fiction wargame magazine published by Simulations Publications, Inc. (SPI), and then TSR, Inc., between 1980 and 1984. In addition to the articles, each issue contained a wargame, complete with a foldout stiff paper map, a set of cardboard counters, and the rules. There were a total of seventeen issues printed, plus two special issues. The SPI company published the first eleven bimonthly issues (and had prepared a twelfth) before financial difficulties led to the company...
Movie and Radio Guide
114
ITEMS
27,346
VIEWS
27,346
A guide to network radio programming schedules and programs. Published weekly with multiple regional edtions to reflect "local" area programming. Morphed into Movie Radio Guide and is the predecessor of TV Guide.
Radio Guide
130
ITEMS
27,133
VIEWS
27,133
A weekly publication in the early network era of radio... the predecessor of TV Guide.
National Lampoon
73
ITEMS
26,752
VIEWS
26,752
National Lampoon was a ground-breaking American humor magazine which ran from 1970 to 1998. The magazine started out as a spinoff from the Harvard Lampoon. National Lampoon magazine reached its height of popularity and critical acclaim during the 1970s, when it had a far-reaching effect on American humor and comedy. The magazine spawned films, radio, live theatre, various kinds of recordings, and print products including books. Many members of the creative staff from the magazine subsequently...
Redbook Magazine
30
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26,504
VIEWS
26,504
Redbook is an American women's magazine published by the Hearst Corporation. It is one of the "Seven Sisters", a group of women's service magazines. The magazine was first published in May 1903 as The Red Book Illustrated by Stumer, Rosenthal and Eckstein, a firm of Chicago retail merchants. The name was changed to The Red Book Magazine shortly thereafter. Its first editor, from 1903 to 1906, was Trumbull White, who wrote that the name was appropriate because, "Red is the color...
Topics: Redbook, Magazine, Hearst
Sponsor Magazine
206
ITEMS
24,791
VIEWS
24,791
Sponsor was a magazine for radio and TV advertising buyers and commercial broadcast stations. It published from November of 1946 to December of 1964. It began as a monthly, and then went bimonthly in 1950. It went weekly from October of 1956. Norman R. Glenn (born Norman R. Goldman), founding editor and publisher of Sponsor and Marketing and Media Decisions, was born in Chicago Heights, Illinois on September 3, 1909. Mr. Glenn enrolled in the University of Chicago as a Liberal Arts major in...
Radio Magazines
165
ITEMS
24,467
VIEWS
by Various
24,467
A large collection of various radio and broadcasting magazines from the last 100 years.
Home Power Magazine
62
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24,255
VIEWS
24,255
Twenty five years ago, solar, wind, and hydro-electric technologies made it possible for people to live beyond the reach of the utility grid and harvest renewable energy to power both their homes and lives. With this time-tested history in hand, over the last decade, renewable energy has come to town. Today, on-grid solar-electric and solar hot water systems are a common sight in suburban and urban locations across the country. And each of these systems is an integral part of a movement that is...
Fine Cooking Magazine
113
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22,397
VIEWS
by Taunton Press
22,397
We're 100% cooking. Everything in our magazine gets you excited about cooking, from our recipes to ingredients, tools, tips and techniques—for us, food is always the star. We give you recipes you can trust. And we test and adjust every recipe until it's done right, so you're never disappointed. Our mouth-watering photos will inspire you and our tips and techniques will give you the confidence you need to tackle every recipe.
Seventeen Magazine
30
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20,128
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20,128
Seventeen is an American magazine for teenagers. It was the first teen magazine to be established in the United States. This magazine is mostly for young girls and women from the ages of 12–19. It began as a publication geared towards inspiring teen girls to become role models in work and citizenship. Soon after its debut, Seventeen took a more fashion and romance-oriented approach in presenting their material, while still maintaining their model of promoting self-confidence in young women....
Heresies Magazine Collection
26
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20,018
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20,018
Heresies: A Feminist Publication on Art and Politics was a feminist journal published from 1977 to 1992 by the Heresies Collective in New York. The Heresies Collective was a group of feminist artists who brought their different perspectives to the revolutionary New York art scene of the 1970s. The journal Heresies was dedicated to diversity, dialogue and feminist critique of the intersection of art and politics. The journal approached these ideas from a “feminist perspective,” as its first...
The Strand Magazine
by George Newnes (Editor)
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9
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This is a collection of the bound editions of 'The Strand Magazine: An Illustrated Monthly', from it's first issue (January) 1891-1922 (December), all having been published before 1923 and thus in the public domain in the United States of America, and many other countries. Each bound volume has 6 issues, starting from Jan-June, and then July-Dec of each year. This collection goes from issue number 1-384 in a the first 64 bound volumes of the magazine, which is slightly more then half of all the...
( 3 reviews )
Topics: Strand Magazine, Sherlock Holmes, Wells, Doyle
19,608
Offers the latest news, previews, and product information on aircraft modeling. Regular features include reviews of the latest kits, information on decals and other accessories, air combat history, and an events calendar and directory of clubs and societies.
Tattoo Magazines
193
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19,076
VIEWS
19,076
A collection of magazines and periodicals about tattoos, tattoo-related lifestyles, and design.
Audio Magazine
151
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18,957
VIEWS
18,957
Audio magazine was a periodical published from 1947 to 2000, and was America's longest-running audio magazine. Audio published reviews of audio products and audio technology as well as informational articles on topics such as acoustics, psychoacoustics and the art of listening. Audio claimed to be the successor of Radio magazine which was established in 1917. Audio began life in Mineola, New York in 1947 as Audio Engineering for the purpose of publishing new developments in audio engineering....
The Arena Magazine
38
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18,044
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18,044
The Arena, an American literary and political magazine, was founded by the radical journalist, Benjamin Flower. It first appeared as a 100 page monthly journal in December, 1889. Flower, influenced by the ideas of Edward Bellemy and Henry George, used the magazine to publicize the need for social reform. Over the first few years Flower published a large number of articles on poverty, sweatshops, slum clearance, unemployment and child labour. One of his early campaigns was an attempt to persuade...
Railway Modeller Magazine
10
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17,390
VIEWS
17,390
Railway Modeller is a monthly British magazine about Model Railways published by Peco. It has been in publication since 1949 and is still Britain's most popular model railway title.
by LRTS
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Library Resources & Technical Services (LRTS) is a peer-reviewed journal that takes a critical approach to the questions and challenges facing librarians and libraries. LRTS publishes both research papers and thoughtful explorations of operational issues that have value and implications for other libraries. In addition, LRTS publishes editorials, book reviews, letters to the editor, and the annual report of the president of the Association for Library Collections & Technical Services.
Practical Television
14
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14,683
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14,683
Practical Television, later known as Television and subsequently Television & Consumer Electronics, was a UK magazine for the electronics/TV servicing trade, enthusiasts, and the general public. Practical Television was initially a supplement to Practical Wireless and available as a separate publication from September 1934. The first issue after the war was No. 1 in April 1950. The chief editor was F.J. Camm and it was published by George Newnes. It ceased publication in June 2008 after...
Old Radio Times
66
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14,527
VIEWS
14,527
The 'Old Radio Times' is the official publication of the Old Time Radio Researchers. Every two months readers are treated to informational and entertaining features by the hobby.s best writers and researchers. The publication, delivered in PDF format, is distributed via email around the first of each month. Articles are varied, but are centralized on events surrounding the Golden Age of Radio. Topics include, but are not limited too, how shows were produced, bios and events in OTR personalities...
BBC Monographs Collection
115
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13,874
VIEWS
13,874
As part of its mission, the British Broadcasting Corporation's research department would publish its papers as monographs, covering all manner of scientific and technical information at regular interviews. These papers have been scanned by the BBC and provided for the public and for history.
OMNI Magazine Collection
13,833
5
2
( 2 reviews )
Topics: ufo, ihe, space, hawkline, solar, omni, scientists, science, tion, nobel prize, science fiction,...
Vokrug Sveta Magazine
130
ITEMS
11,434
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Vokrug sveta (Russian: Вокруг света, literally: "Around the World") is the oldest magazine in the Russian language, still being published (and one of the biggest magazines in modern Russia). The first issue was printed in Saint Petersburg, in December 1861, almost thirty years before the establishment of the National Geographic Magazine. Thus, it is one of the oldest popular science magazines in the world. The magazine was conceived by a Warsaw-born entrepreneur, Boleslaw...
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The magazine was started for the blender community, having the aim of publishing a bi-monthly PDF magazine; free for download. The goal of the magazine is to provide quality learning content for the blender community, from the efforts of the community itself. BlenderArt Magazine is released under the Creative Commons Attribution-NoDerivs 2.5 license.
73 Magazine December 2002 (#505) Commercial-Quality Function Generator - Will you outlive it -or vice versa? ...... K8IHO 10 Shedding Some Light on Dimmers - Why not put one of these triacs to use? ...... W2GOM/7 22 Eager for Meager - Try an 11m vertical on 160 ...... AD1B 24 Shack Switch for Foot Fetishists - Not that it's That kinky ...... WA2OKZ 27 Ashore at Sacrifice Rock! - The saga of a masterful DXpedition ...... VU2SBJ 28 Hamfest Success Formula - How to make sure your 'fest is a...
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Topics: radio, frequency, amateur, antenna, mhz, ihe, thai, cap, december, amateur radio, radio today, web...
Sinkadus Role Playing Magazine
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Sinkadus var en tidskrift om rollspel utgiven av Äventyrsspel mellan 1983 och 1995. Redaktörer var bl.a. Anders Blixt och Olle Sahlin. Stefan Kayat och Nils Gulliksson bidrog med många illustrationer. Sinkadus behandlade nästan uteslutande Äventyrsspels egna spel. De tre första numren var enkla trycksaker i storlek A5 men från och med nummer 4 gick man över till ett A4-magasin på glansigt papper och delvis i fyrfärgstryck. Förutom produktinformation om nya och kommande produkter...
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1984 was a black and white science-fiction comic magazine published by Warren Publishing from 1978 to 1983. 1984 was edited by Bill Dubay. The title of the magazine was changed to 1994 starting with issue 11 in February, 1980 based on a request by the estate of George Orwell. The magazine ceased publication with issue 29 in February, 1983 due to the bankruptcy of Warren Publishing. Artists who contributed stories to 1984/1994 included Alex Niño, Richard Corben, Jose Gonzalez, Jose Ortiz, Frank...
Produce Business
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Produce Business Magazine
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This collection consists of issues of Warren Publishing magazines that were either one-shot issues (not part of a series) or parts of series that are far from complete in this archive.
OMNI Magazine Collection
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Topics: kress, kinsman, manwright, galatea, tne, corque, anc, colt, road crew, science fiction,...
73 Magazine December 1999 (#470) The X(Mas)-Files ...... Staff 6 Big-Time Bench Supply - This highly regulated SCR design might be overkill, but it's still fun to build ...... Sellen 10 Secret Death Ray - Or is HAARP a useful science tool? ...... N7MGT 14 TV Tutor - How to get started in SSTV ...... ZL1AAN 22 Why Not Renew On-line? - Here's how to untangle the FCC Web ...... AC3L 24 Read All About It! - Part 1 of Techno-Trivia from The Hertzian Herald ...... K8JWR 26 A Cold Meal and a Hot Radio...
Topics: radio, amateur, antenna, mfj, voltage, ham, mhz, power, frequency, amateur radio, radio today, mfj...
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db Magazine covered audio engineering from November of 1967 to 1994. Published monthly, in 1986 frequency was reduced to 6 times a year.
Redfish Magazine
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Redfish is an aquarium magazine distributed exclusively over the internet in digital form, free of charge. Redfish features dedicated sections for tropical, marine, coldwater and pond hobbyists.
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73 Magazine (Amateur Radio Today)
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73 Magazine May 1982 (#260) Pacific Odyssey - the Kingman/Palmyra adventure ...... KB7NW 12 Top-Notch for Top Band - super antennas for 160 ...... N3BEK 26 The Fun-Amp - 20 Watts out ...... WA0RBR 32 The CCD Antenna Revisited - does it measure up on 40m? ...... W4ANL 40 Antenna-Raising: The Good-Neighbor Policy - sidestepping civil war ...... AK5Q/4 42 'Lite Receiver IV - part I: building it is a breeze ...... WA40SR, WA4CVP 48 TVRO Sound Decoders - Satellite Central, part VI ...... Gibson 58...
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Topics: antenna, amateur, mhz, radio, magazine, tor, power, frequency, pth, amateur radio, power supply,...
The Magazine Rack Miscellaneous Bin
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This is a collection of all the bound volumes of 'The Penny Magazine of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge' it was a weekly publication that lasted from 1832-1945. At the end of each year the issues were bound together to form a book, one book for each year. Besides these books the 'Society' also published a 27 volume encyclopedia for general readers called the 'Penny Cyclopaedia of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge', a two volume Supplement was released shortly...
Topics: Penny Magazine, Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge, Illustrated, News, Articles, Wood...
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Topics: ihe, ufo, hamid, native, tion, abduction, thai, slater, alien, native american, native americans,...
Starlog Magazine
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Starlog Magazine Issue 001 Premiere Issue Welcome to Starlog! Log Entries: The Shape of Things to Come The Bionic Woman: Creating a Cyborg for the 70's Space: 1999: Radical Changes for the Second Season Battle of the Titans!: Two New Kongs Challenge the King Squirm: Importing Giant Worms for Maximum Slither Star Trek Special Collector's Section Star Trek: Past, Present and Future Star Trek in Color The Conventions: by Isaac Asimov William Shatner: Shakespeare to the Stars Leonard Nimoy: The Man...
Topics: Starlog, magazine, science fiction, pop culture, Walter Trevis, The Hustler, The Man Who Fell to...